LIABILITY FOR ALCOHOL SERVED IN YOUR HOME?

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By John Bazzurro A lot of my clients ask me whether or not they can be responsible for serving alcohol to their guests. The short answer in the State of New Jersey is “yes.” New Jersey has a “social host” liability statute (N.J.S.A. 2A: 15-5.6) which allows people to sue for property damage or personal … Continued

QUESTION: What is Optomap retinal imaging?

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ANSWER: The optomap ultra-widefield retinal image is a unique technology that captures more than 80% of your retina in one panoramic image while traditional imaging methods typically only show 15% of your retina at one time. Your retina (located in the back of your eye) is the only place in the body where blood vessels … Continued

Monroe Township High School-Senior Spotlight:
Jason Chin

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This special graduating senior needs no introduction. Jason Chin, this year’s valedictorian, is graduating with the highest GPA in MTHS history and is constantly praised by students and staff alike. In between the workload of the 5 AP courses he’s taking this year, Chin enjoys playing board games and watching Spy x Family. He has … Continued

Monroe Township High School-Senior Spotlight: Bryce Addeo

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By, Nazli Mohadeen Bryce Addeo recently won the senior superlative Best All Around, and for good reason. He’s a three season varsity athlete, in the top 10 of his graduating class, and heavily involved in extracurriculars. He’s incredibly interested in all things fitness and wellness-related. Addeo enjoys lifting weights with friends, cooking, going to the … Continued

Monroe Township High School-Senior Spotlight: Sukrut Oak

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By, Nazli MohadeenIf you told Sukrut Oak four years ago that he’d graduate high school during a worldwide crisis, much less as his class’ salutatorian and with an admission in hand to Stanford University, he likely wouldn’t believe you. In between watching reruns of his so-called comfort show The Office and snacking on Taco Bell, … Continued

Legal Preparation For The Sale of Your Home

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By John Bazzurro I am writing this article to provide an overview of what actually occurs in a residential real estate transaction in the State of New Jersey from both the buyer’s and the seller’s perspective. In New Jersey, typically the contract is prepared by one of the real estate agents. This is a little … Continued

The Millstone Times’ Student of the Month, Holden Rheinhardt

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Six-year-old, Holden Rheinhardt, goes to the Millstone Township Primary School.He loves to go to school and play with his friends. He likes going to recess and lunch, then coming home and sharing his day with his family.His favorite subject is science. He really liked making a large volcano with his class that shot lava out.His … Continued

The Book Smart Project

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By Pam Teel Tasha Toth and her husband, Kevin, both of Roosevelt, to date, have collected and donated over 18,000 children’s books to lower income families, school districts, and other organizations in need of books across the state of New Jersey and abroad. As a child, Tasha had always loved reading a new book and … Continued

Avoid Being Pulled Over by The Police

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By John Bazzurro Obviously, the easy way to avoid being pulled over is to refrain from violating any traffic violations. However, in my practice, I have recently seen a number of people pulled over for reasons other than moving violations under the traffic code. Because the first defense for attorneys in representing individuals in municipal … Continued

Dimensions of Appreciation

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Remember how you feel when you count yourblessings and express your gratitude this time ofyear? Why not do it every day?! Consider how your level of appreciation for the good things in your life improves your mood and raises your vibration. Having a high vibration doesn’t help you resist all the negativity around you; it … Continued